twenty questions with a coinTwenty Questions with a coin XIV

It's time once again for everyone's favourite activity: Twenty Questions with a Coin! Today's decision-maker is a 1965 Canadian penny. Say hello, penny!

(Heads) Hello.

Alrighty then.
1) Is it bigger than a breadbox?

(Heads) Yes.

2) Is it a person?

(Tails) No.

3) Is it man-made?

(Heads) Yes.

4) Is it bigger than an average human?

(Heads) Yes.

5) Does it have moving parts?

(Heads) Yes.

6) Is it a vehicle?

(Heads) Yes.

7) Is it a car of some sort?

(Heads) Yes.

8) Does it have four doors?

(Tails) No.

9) Is it made by one of the big auto manufacturers?

(Heads) Yes.

10) Would it be unusual to see one of these on the street today?

(Tails) No.

11) Is it a pickup truck?

(Heads) Yes.

12) Is it a pickup truck that is commonly used as an actual work vehicle?

(Heads) Yes.

13) Is it older than ten years?

(Heads) Yes.

14) Is it in obvious disrepair?

(Heads) Yes.

15) Is it still in working condition?

(Heads) Yes.

16) Is it moving?

(Heads) Yes.

17) Is it hauling something?

(Tails) No.

18) Is it one of those Toyotas where the guy alters the letters on the back?

(Tails) No.

19) Are there bumper stickers?

(Heads) Yes.

20) When you said "it's moving", did you mean that it's being driven on a road?

(Heads) Yes.

Ah. So one of these, then:



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